Five poems from my manuscript Blueshift Road
were recently published at On Barcelona
A poem from my manuscript Blueshift Road
, “Da Capo al Fine,” has been featured at Dusie
. Thanks to rob mclennan for asking me to contribute!
If you’ve never been to PennSound
, a website with an amazingly rich and diverse selection of poetry audiofiles, I would encourage you to go there and sample some MP3s and videos. And if you haven’t been there for a while, it’s worth revisiting since its holdings are almost inexhaustible.
Managed by Charles Bernstein at the University of Pennsylvania, PennSound lists hundreds of poets and contains thousands of sound files. You can listen to individual poems as well as full readings. The recordings are contemporary as well as historical. And the scope is international.
I’m honoured and pleased to become a part of PennSound’s collection with the addition of MP3s from my readings in Vancouver and Washington, DC
. You can also click the image below to go directly to my PennSound page. I hope you enjoy these recordings and that you’ll revisit this incredible resource many times to explore its offerings.
Thanks to Sharon Margolis and Charles Bernstein for creating my page.
Twelve short poems of mine inspired by word etymologies were just published in the new issue of Otoliths
, a poetry magazine based in Australia. They are from a book-length manuscript entitled R Is the Artichoke of Rose
. Click below to have a look:
There’s a plethora of stunning poetic and visual work in this issue. Check out the table of contents. Thanks to Mark Young, publisher of Otoliths!
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Here are some photos from my Toronto debut of Looms
at the Art Bar. Thanks to our engaging host, Josh Smith; to my wonderful co-readers, Jim Johnstone and Adam Seelig; to Q-Space for the warm and inviting venue; and to the Art Bar Series organizers for making the reading happen.
8 pm, Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Q Space / 382 College Street (between Spadina & Bathurst)
After readings in Cobourg, Vancouver, Montreal, Detroit, Columbus, and Lafayette to celebrate the publication of LOOMS, I’m bringin’ it home to Toronto at the ART BAR on Thursday, April 9. My superb co-readers are playwright and poet Adam Seelig (EVERY DAY IN THE MORNING (SLOW)) and poet Jim Johnstone (PATTERNICITY)!
Click here for details at the Facebook invitation:
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Tagged Adam Seelig, Art Bar, Camille Martin, Every Day in the Morning (Slow), Jim Johnstone, Looms, Patternicity, poetry reading, Q Space